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Intel Internet of Things Giveaway

**EDIT! GOOD NEWS! WE HAVE EXTENDED THE PROJECT SUBMISSION DEADLINE TO 2/14!!**


Here at Instructables, we have seen some really great Internet of Things projects published recently.

We are elated to have a partner like Intel to celebrate the innovative creativity that the Instructables.com community shares. We’ve teamed up to showcase some of the best IoT content on our site, and highlight the projects being made with Intel’s awesome Edison board and ecosystem.


 
To further develop awesome IoT projects being shared to Instructables, we are giving away FREE Intel Edison Boards and IoT Development kits to you! The Instructables Community! We believe in your awesome creative potential, and your devotion to share what you make with other makers and tinkerers. The IoT revolution is here, and the world around us has never been more interactive.

This giveaway is limited to 250 folks that sign up — limit one board and kit per address. Once you’ve received your board, and developed a project with it, publish it to Instructables to receive a $50 gift card to SparkFun or AdaFruit. Instructables Authors CAN SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE PROJECT using the Edison Starter Kit, and receive a $50 gift card for each project SUBMITTED!

Simply publish your Instructable to the site, send us a link to your Instructable by January 31st, 2015, FEBRUARY 14, 2015!!! and we will add it to the IoT hub and send you your $50 gift card.

****EDIT: REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED****
INTERESTED? To participate, enter your mailing address into this form, and we will let you know if you’ve been selected to receive a IoT Development Kit.

Use this forum topic as a way to reach back out to us, and talk about what you’re making! Can’t wait to see what you make!

-audreyObscura



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I heard that today is the deadline for the judging, is that true?

If so, can you tell me when you will confirm the winners as I am a bit excited and hyped!

Got mine, gonna start on projects now. Thank you

Awesome! Don't forget about the Intel IoT Invitational! It's going on now through October 12, 2015.

can i have one

I'm sorry, but this giveaway ended and we have no more kits to give away.

does any one have a helpful set up guide? I'm using a mac so the it dev kit doesn't load the required image, then i have to go to flashing it through the terminal. I've managed to load the required docs onto the edison but I'm having a hard time logging into the edison on the terminal. Sometimes it finds the device and a lot of the times its doesn't. Any helpful forums I can look at? Thanks

no worries, I turned everything off then on again and its now fully functional

buron1 year ago

the stuff has come... thank you

AT2 years ago

I wanted to post something quickly about this platform. To make a long story short, I am on my third Edison kit. The first two had issues when using external power. After working with Intel, they let me send my first Edison back to them and then they sent to me another kit that turned out to be defective. Intel again was going to let me send it back to them. After some talking and escalation with/at Intel, I talked them into paying for the shipping to return the second defective kit.

The newest kit seems to work with external power through the barrel plug. I may need to flash the Edison again as it is not playing well with the Wi-Fi at my brother's house. It seemed to work OK at my house.

I have been able to make a simple project using an LED, buzzer, and pod. I created a simple metronome that beeps and blinks in 4/4. The pod lets you change the tempo up and down with a constraint from 50 to 250 bpm. When it is set at 50, it stops. Kind of like an off.

The next step is to hook up the LCD screen to display the tempo. Right now I just do a serial print with the current tempo.

Anyway, the Arduino board seems to be very touchy with the external power input. I look forward to playing with the Edison to see what I can get it to do with all of the tools in it arsenal: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, SD card slot, MORE MEMORY!! :-)

audreyobscura (author)  AT2 years ago
Woah, I'm so glad that you have had open communication with the folks at Intel. Did you publish an Instructable of your Edison projects? Just making sure you got your gift card.....

Cheers!
Audrey
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